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Got Healthy????

Post on 24-Apr-2015




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This slideshow is a Wequest for students. It lets the students go on a journey and create a healthy menu for one another! Make sure to download the file. After you download it, you will be able to click on the speaker icon. This will allow the children to hear what is on the slide as well as read it. Its great for differentiating instruction!


  • 1. Got Healthy????
  • 2. Introduction:
    • I'm Popeye the Sailor Man, I live in a garbage
    • can, 'm quick to the finish cuz I eat my spinach,
    • I'm Popeye the Sailor Man!"
    • Do you remember this? Why did Popeye eat so much
    • spinach? What happened to him when he ate the spinach?
    • Why was this cartoon show for children? Ever wonder
    • about these things? Ever wonder why you should eat
    • Vegetables and Fruits? Ever wonder why its good to
    • EAT healthy. Well if not, here is your chance to
    • learn and share!
  • 3. Task
    • YOUR MISSION , if your group chooses to stay
    • healthy will be to learn about Healthy Foods and
    • their benefits. Then you all will gather all the
    • information and make a menu of what someone
    • your age should eat for breakfast, lunch, and
    • dinner. After that, your group will share out
    • your menus.
    • We will then combine all the menus together and put together a class menu of a HEALTHY REGIME to stay Healthy!
  • 4. Process
    • First, get into groups and use the links provided to find out what information will be helpful for you to create a menu
    • Next, make a breakfast menu of foods a student your age should eat. Next to each food write down why the student should eat it and what are the benefits of the food
    • Repeat step two for both lunch and dinner. Remember to write down what the benefits of each type of food is.
    • After that, use Microsoft Word, to type your menu for the day. You may make your menu as creative as you like.
    • When you are done practice your presentation. When your group is ready, present your healthy menu to the class.
  • 5. Nutritional Links
  • 6. Fruitful Activities
    • The following websites show you why eating healthy is so much fun!
    • Fun activity :
    • Fun activity:
    • Fun activity:
  • 7. Evaluation Group portrayed no knowledge of the mood of the poem Group portrayed little knowledge of the mood of the poem Group portrayed some knowledge of the mood of the poem Group portrayed strong knowledge of the mood of the poem Expression of Theme Poem was not memorized, voice was not loud or clear, no eye contact with audience, audience did not seemed engaged Below average memorization of the poem, voice was not as audible, little eye contact with audience, audience was not as engaged Average memorization of poem, voice was audible, actions appropriate, some eye contact with audience, audience seemed engaged Poem was memorized, voice was loud and clear, appropriate actions, clear eye contact with audience, audience was very engaged Acting Skills No evidence of creativity and effort is noticeable Some evidence of creativity and effort is noticeable Average evidence of creativity and effort is noticeable Strong Evidence of creativity and effort is noticeable Creativity and Effort No evidence of research of poem or author Below average knowledge of poem and author Average knowledge of poem and author Strong Knowledge of poem and author. Know your poem 1 2 3 4 CATEGORY
  • 8. Standards:
    • English Language Arts
    • Standard 1: Language for Information and Understanding
    • Students will listen, speak, read, and write for information and understanding. As listeners and readers, students will collect data, facts, and ideas; discover relationships, concepts, and generalizations; and use knowledge generated from oral, written, and electronically produced texts. As speakers and writers, they will use oral and written language that follows the accepted conventions of the English language to acquire, interpret, apply, and transmit information.
    • Mathematics, Science, and Technology
    • Standard 5: Technology
    • Students will apply technological knowledge and skills to design, construct, use, and evaluate products and systems to satisfy human and environmental needs.
  • 9. Conclusion
    • You mission is complete!!!!! You now have a healthy start. With the ample amount of information you have gained, spread the word about why being healthy is a smart decision!